The Kill Lock #1 Review

By Nolan P. Smith  Editor If you are looking for a great looking book with a lot of personality, I highly recommend checking out IDW’s The Kill Lock. By Livio Ramondelli with letters by Tom B Long, this book surprised me. It seemed interesting from the solicits, the artwork on the cover looked great, but…Read moreRead more

Breathers #1 Review: Last Breath

By Nolan P Smith This one caught me by surprise. I hadn’t ordered it, but my local comic shop happened to get this book in stock. The cover by Matt Kindt is what drew me in, and I am glad it did. I am talking about Breathers #1 from Its Alive Press.  By Justin Madson,…Read moreRead more

Skulldigger and Skeleton Boy #1 Review: The Dark Side of Heroes

By Nolan P Smith  It is no secret that I love Dark Horse Comics, Black Hammer. Not only that series, but every spin-off series that has come from the Black Hammer universe has been amazing. So now, from the world of Black Hammer comes Skulldigger and Skeleton Boy. From Jeff Lemire with art by Tonci…Read moreRead more

The Grudge (2020) Review

  By Kevin Hoskinson “When someone dies in the grip of a powerful rage… a curse is born. The curse gathers in that place of death. Those who encounter it will be consumed by its fury.” This is the basic premise of the Japanese horror film Ju-On: The Grudge. That idea carried on into the…Read moreRead more

Gung Ho #1 Review: A New End of the World

By Nolan P Smith I love checking out new books, especially from new publishers. So when I saw Gung-Ho pop up in the Previous catalog, I had to order it. And let me say, I am glad I did. From Ablaze, Gung-Ho is by Benjamin Von Eckartsberg and Thomas Von Kummant. The book takes place…Read moreRead more

White Ash #1 Review: Ashes to Ashes

By Nolan P. Smith It is time to take a look at another Scout Comics series- this time being the first issue to White Ash. Written by Charlie Stickney with art by Conor Hughes and colors by Fin Cramb, this has been a book I have been looking forward to, yet I couldn’t tell you…Read moreRead more

Jojo Rabbit Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Director Taika Waititi’s last outing as director attempted to inject some fun into a superhero franchise that was known for its melodramatic and dark tone. It turns out he has a knack for it, as “Thor: Ragnarok” is regarded as the best film in the franchise so far, and it cemented him…Read moreRead more

Oscar Martin’s Solo: The Survivors of Chaos Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon My first thoughts after seeing the cover for “Oscar Martin’s Solo The Survivors of Chaos” from Titan Comics was “This must be what Mighty Mouse looks like all grown up.” As is stated on the back cover: “In a desolate, post-apocalyptic world filled with vicious mutant animals and savage hunters, Solo the…Read moreRead more

Little Women Review

By Kevin Hoskinson In 2017, actress and writer Greta Gerwig released her directorial debut, Ladybird. The coming of age story, starring Saorise Ronan and Laurie Metcalf, was met with incredibly positive reviews and was a box office success. Eyebrows were raised when it was announced that Gerwig would follow up her debut with an adaptation…Read moreRead more

Video Game Review: Frost Punk

  By Vexx Alitory Check out my review of Frost Punk for the PS4!

Comic Book Review: Power Rangers Vs Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1

By Vexx Alitory TMNT VS. MMPRL this first issue is crazy good!! Check out the review below and subscribe to my channel for a chance to win on my upcoming contests!  

Rai #1 Review: Mad Maximum Effort

By Daniel Schwartz The quest of many cyborgs or machines in Science Fiction is to become more human. Rai is no exception. He was created for combat but longs to live a peaceful, human existence. But before he can do that, he has to tear through a post-apocalyptic world to prevent his malevolent father AI…Read moreRead more

Knives Out Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Knives Out is the type of mainstream film that isn’t released very often anymore. It’s a character-driven movie, one that depends solely on the performances and the script. Luckily, director Rian Johnson has put together an incredible story and a fantastic cast of actors and actresses to bring his vision to life….Read moreRead more

Frozen II Review

By Kevin Hoskinson  Six years ago, Walt Disney Animation’s Frozen lit the box office on fire and became an unescapable phenomenon, and rightfully so. The movie was a great mixture of beautiful animation, action, comedy, heart, and incredible music. The film went on to win Best Animated Feature at the 71st Academy Awards and Best…Read moreRead more

Video Game Review: Monkey King- Hero is Back

By Vexx Alitory I got to review this game for my friends over at PASTRAMI NATION. I feel weird saying this…but…this would have made for a better series then game. +++++++CHRISTMAS 1K GIVEAWAY++++++++++ LETS HIT 1K SUBS BEFORE CHRISTMAS AND TWO OF MY LUCKY SUBSCRIBERS [SUB PICKED RANDOMLY BY GENERATOR] WILL GET! -1 YEAR OF…Read moreRead more

Folklords #1 Review: Stand Out

By Nolan P. Smith BOOM! Studios are owning 2019. No joke, look at the titles they have released so far: Something is Killing the Children, Once & Future spring to mind as runaway hits lately. I have another title to add to the list, and it is Folklores. From Matt Kindt (MIND MGMT, Grass Kings)…Read moreRead more

Animal Among Us Review

By Kevin Hoskinson From Uncork’d entertainment comes Animal Among Us, a film that has been described as Friday the 13th meets Dog Soldiers. It’s a description that will have many horror fans curious if they can actually pull it off, and I’m glad to say, they pulled it off. Fifteen years ago, two teenagers were…Read moreRead more

Undiscovered Country #1 Review: New World Order

By Nolan P. Smith This is one of the most anticipated releases of the year when it comes to comic books. Scott Snyder, the man behind Wytches, A.D. After Death and one of the best Batman writers I have seen, has come together with one of my personal favorites, Charles Soule (27. Curse Words) to…Read moreRead more

Lady And The Tramp Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Lady and the Tramp is a classic animated film from Walt Disney Studios. Releasing in 1955, it was a film that captured the imaginations of moviegoers at the time, and for generations to come. Now, we have a live-action remake of the film, and while it’s not going to be a classic…Read moreRead more

Echoes Of Fear Review

By Kevin Hoskinson In the tradition of Paranormal Activity and The Conjuring comes Echoes of fear, the new film from directors Brian and Laurence Avenet-Bradley.  In the movie, a young woman named Alisa (Trista Robinson) inherits her grandfather’s house after he dies of an apparent heart attack. She has decided to sell, and as she…Read moreRead more

The Mandalorian Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Disney Plus finally arrived this week, and along with it came the first live-action series based in the Star Wars universe, The Mandalorian. Following in the footsteps of Boba and Jango Fett, a new Mandalorian emerges in a galaxy far, far away. The show takes place after the fall of the Empire,…Read moreRead more

Going To The Chapel #3 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Things are about to explode as the story continues in the third issue of Action Lab Danger Zones Going To The Chapel.  Things haven’t been going so well at Emily and Jesse’s wedding. The wedding party has been held up by the Bad Elvis Gang, and to add a new wrinkle, there…Read moreRead more

To Your Last Death Review

By Kevin Hoskinson To Your Last Death isn’t your typical animated film. It’s an intense horror/sci-fi/ thriller, done in the style of Archer and Metalocalypse. And it’s the unique combination of these genres and styles, on top of excellent voice acting, that makes it a lot of fun. Troubled social justice activist Miriam DeKalb (Dani…Read moreRead more

Nomen Omen #1 Review

By Vexx Alitory The Ninja rise Again for Greatest Battle! “TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE HEART,” Part One No matter how fast you run, sooner or later your past will catch up with you. Enter Becky Kumar, a geeky twenty-year-old from New York City who is about to cross the veil between our reality and a…Read moreRead more

The Last God #1 Review: The Past Won’t Die

By Nolan P. Smith DC Comics Black Label has brought us some fantastic, mature readers stories featuring Batman, Harley Quinn, Joker, and more. With The Last God, we get a book that takes the wonders of a mystical old world and infuses it with elements of pure horror. Talk about a recipe for success. From…Read moreRead more

Snow White Zombie Apocalypse Review

By Nolan P. Smith Sometimes you order a book strictly off the cover and title. That was the case for me when I saw Snow White Zombie Apocalypse from Scout Comics. I order the book by only the cover and title and having faith in Scout’s ability to deliver fantastic indie books. What I got…Read moreRead more

Terminator Dark Fate Review

By Kevin Hoskinson After a couple attempts to revitalize and reboot the franchise, The Terminator is back with some familiar faces returning and some new blood added to the cast. Ignoring the last three films that came before, Dark Fate acts as a direct sequel to Terminator 2, and it does so with mixed results….Read moreRead more

The Flash Season 6 Episode 04 Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon Last time we were left hanging with questions such as, What did Nash Wells find in the manhole? What is going to happen to Dr. Ramsey? Are we going to learn the answers, or will we be left with more questions? Tensions are on the rise as Team Flash copes with the…Read moreRead more

Joker: Killer Smile #1 Review: Smile on the Inside

By Nolan P. Smith The Joker is the villain of the moment right now. With the fantastic film starring Joaquin Phoenix, as well as a trove of comics on the stands, it is good to be funny right now. Do you know who else is on fire right now? Jeff Lemire. The writer who brought…Read moreRead more

Wild Strawberries at the World’s End Review

By Nolan P. Smith So this is how the world ends? Not with the Apocalypse, not with fire, but with the strawberries sitting at the edge of the world. Source Point Press brings the world a gripping story of loss and regrets with Wild Strawberries at the World’s End. By Bruce Kim and Katia Vecchio,…Read moreRead more